IBS-friendly, low FODMAP breads
Can anyone recommend any IBS-friendly, low FODMAP bread that is generally available in UK supermarkets? Most breads that I see on the shelves are high fibre or have concentrated fruit juice (normally apple-based) in the ingredients.
I'm not on the FODMAP diet but I just eat Tesco baked in-store farmhouse white bread
Hi, I saw your post and had a look on the internet for the bread you are after and I came across one called Ezekiel which is ok for IBS sufferers to eat. I believe you can buy it in Tesco or Asda, but it would be best to give them a call before you go.
You could try a SPELT flour loaf. I find this helps, so hope it helps you too.
All the best
I defnitely steer clear of brown/wholemeal breads.
Sourdough mostly seems to be OK for me, but the more authentic the better, because supermarket sourdough is often regular bread with a little sourdough added.
hi ive discovered Spelt flour bread and wheat and gluten free too. Spelt bread comes only as a cob but other is sliced. it has helped me lots.
Thanks for the responses. I've managed to track down some authentic white sourdough bread, so I'm giving that a go at the moment. As val_s implies, authentic sourdough is supposed to be low FODMAP due to the baking process involved (despite the fact that it's based on wheat).
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